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Perl -ssh- Illegal seek

ams7503 asked
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hi ;
I have a perl script that does a whole bunch of stuff and at the end ssh's to a remote server and runs a script from there.
It looks like it is correctly ssh and running the commands.However, I get a Illegal Seek error- what does this mean?
This is how I ssh and run the cmds
`ssh -v -C root@sigma.com  "cd $dbpath/setup;source setenv.sh;cd../scripts; ./export_data.sh"` or die "Can not run ssh $!\n";
What does illegal seek mean?
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